Peter G

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Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 12

Peter G

11:38 AM, 7th June 2019
About 2 weeks ago

Land for the Many but Rentals for the Few

The tenant signs a contract to stay for a defined period. They know they are expected to leave when the contract period ends. So why should the owner pay the tenant 3 months rent in compensation for honouring their contract? Bizarre? Or have I misunderstood something?... Read More

Peter G

10:09 AM, 5th June 2019
About 2 weeks ago

Land for the Many - Not for Landlords

Reply to the comment left by Rbinscotland at 04/06/2019 - 11:28No they are in breach if they do not pay their rent. However, I have not seen any mention of penalties for tenants who breach their AST, nor proposals to make eviction faster and cheaper/free for landlords when tenants breach their AST, including non-payment of rent. Did I miss it?... Read More

Peter G

12:27 PM, 19th May 2019
About a month ago

Tenant Fees Act 2019 – Elephant trap for the unwary!

what if the Letting Agency takes the deposit - is it the Agency or the Landlord who is liable for mistakes here?... Read More

Peter G

20:03 PM, 10th April 2019
About 2 months ago

Why do landlords carry the blame for intentionally homeless tenants?

Not all landlords are rich and yet the system assumes they have the funds to mount legal cases against tenants to uphold the landlord's legal rights. This despite the fact that landlords have been deprived of thousands of pounds in rent by tenants.

The system is clearly imbalanced - working against the landlord even when the tenant is culpable and has caused or frustrated the situation. The law should be even handed and protect landlords and tenants equally.... Read More

Peter G

9:09 AM, 30th January 2019
About 5 months ago

Housing Ministry tightens electrical safety rules for Landlords

And will the government require tenants to perform 5-yearly checks at their own expense on the electrical equipment they bring into the property? No - thought not - so there is still a fire hazard.... Read More